Item number 1302236,
This folio was written as a basic guide and source book for all dulcimer players, from the absolute novice to the most advanced picker. With 53 songs in various modes and tunings, "The Complete Dulcimer Handbook" is meant to be used as a songbook, a lesson plan book, and a step-by-step guide from beginning to intermediate or advanced levels.195 pages.Song list:Oh Susanna - Composed by: S. Foster The Camptown Races - Composed by: Stephen Foster - Copyright: 1850 Old Folks At Home (Swanee River) - Composed by: Stephen Foster - Copyright: 1851 The Wildwood Flower La Paloma - Composed by: Sebastian Yradier Sonya's Song - Composed by: Mark Biggs Jacky Tar Silent Night Sweet Betsy From Pike When Johnny Comes Marching Home The Road To Lisdoonvarna Minuet In G - Composed by: J. S. Bach Hard Times Come Again No More - Composed by: Stephen Foster My Old Kentucky Home, Good Night - Composed by: Stephen Foster Red River Valley Red Haired Boy Arkansas Traveller Maid Of Amsterdam - Composed by: A. Roving Lady Owen's Delight The Lass Of Gowire The Lass Of Richmond Hill The Lass Of Patie's Mill The Shepherd's Hey The Handsome Couple Linnen Hall The Dawning Of The Day (The Golden Star) - Composed by: Thomas Connelan Fuge In Bm What If A Day Wilson's Wilde - Composed by: John Dowland Two Renaissance Lute Pieces Meagan Jayne - Composed by: Mark Biggs Planxty Irwin - Composed by: Turlough O'Carolan Planxty Morgan Magan - Composed by: Turlough O'Carolan Lord Inchiquin - Composed by: Turlough O'Carolan Give Me Your Hand - Composed by: Rory Dall O'Cathain Maybe You'll Wander - Composed by: Mark Biggs Hand Me Down My Walking Cane Shenandoah Go To Jane Glover - Composed by: Elizabethan Round Cripple Creek Hark The Herald Angels Sing - Composed by: Felix Mendelssohn O' Keefe's Slide Planxty Fanny Power - Composed by: Turlough O'Carolan Farewell Arabesque - Composed by: Mark Biggs and Max Tyndall The Black Nag Shady Grove Scarborough Fair Packington's Pound - Composed by: Elizabethan Lute Tune Greensleeves - Composed by: Elizabethan
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